When it comes to choosing where to eat breakfast in this city, the amount of choices can be as overwhelming as your hangover from last night. For those wanting to expand their palette in the area of early morning meals, a hidden gem in Bernal Heights offers a delectable, culturally authentic dish. ... More >>
This month, Timeless Coffee Roasters is finally officially switching over to roasting its own beans. Roasting has always been part of the plan since RJ Leimpeter opened the café last December, but the five-kilo Probat roaster wasn't Kickstarted into the café until April, and getting the thing into ... More >>
The past two years have proven San Francisco to be fairly fertile ground for craft coffee. Armfuls of small roasters and "Third Wave" cafés are popping open monthly, and their missions are clear: to teach us to love coffee as we love wine -- to care about where it comes from and the prolific subtle ... More >>
This week's feature story, "Hiding in Plain Sight," explores how Wilfredo "Flaco" Reyes, the second suspect in the June 2008 murder of Anthony Bologna and two of his sons, was able to evade the San Francisco Police Department for four years.Reyes fled town soon after the crime. While Edwin Ramos sto ... More >>
Edwin Ramos was convicted today of killing a San Francisco man and his two sons. The Superior Court jury, after a week of deliberation, found him guilty on three counts of first degree murder. The three month-long trial stemmed from the June 2008 shootings of Tony Bologna, 48, and his sons Michael, ... More >>
When Farm: Table opened two and a half years ago, it was one of the first cafes to bring high-quality coffee to the Tenderloin. It was also the first San Francisco business to serve coffee from Verve, the Santa Cruz-based roastery. Even though the space is the size of a shoebox, with little ... More >>
The MS-13 snitch thinks the government is ungrateful for his help. Roberto "Bad Boy" Acosta, the MS-13 gang informant who for years gave federal agents details about San Francisco's branch of the gang, faces sentencing in federal court next week for lying to his handlers about how many people he' ... More >>
Luisa Argueta, center, and her mother, Brenda GutierrezUpdate, 5:30 p.m.: A Feinstein spokesperson says, "Senator Feinstein's office recently received information about the case and is currently reviewing the matter."Original post:A 19-year-old Antioch resident eligible for the DREAM Act is askin ... More >>
A look inside You may have thought you knew the basics about the Mara Salvatrucha, the lethal street gang of mostly Central American immigrants highlighted in this week's cover story. You jump in, kill rivals, sordid things like that. But during the first week of the trial of seven members of the ... More >>
Alex HochmanCousins on bikes: Bicycle Coffee's Brad Butler, left, and Brandon McKee.In June 2009, Bicycle Coffee Co. began delivering freshly roasted organic, fair trade, single-origin Arabica beans to stores and cafes via bicycle. Bicycle Coffee sets up at the Grand Lake farmers' market on S ... More >>
Jonathan KauffmanSan Miguel Restaurant's pepian.SFoodie's countdown of the 92 best things to eat and drink in San Francisco, 2011 edition. Dishes labeled "pipian/pepian" usually indicates a stew flavored with ground pumpkin seeds, but the pepian at San Miguel Restaurant in the Outer Mission ... More >>
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S.F. export digging for reggaeton gold in Panama
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Andrew Schoultz, the mural artist who's making it big in the gallery by refusing to leave the street behind
San Francisco stays fit and comely by walking -- and by banning silly electric-powered scooters from the sidewalks
A nonprofit school known by the acronym SOUL is working to undermine The System with The System's own money. But does SOUL teach anti-capitalist subversion -- or how to sell out?
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The woman who would bike the length of North and South America, and the man who's running around the world
A strange mix of art, politics, and economic policy stalls renovation of the York Theater and revitalization of the Mission District
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Some S.F. probation officers would rather wear the uniform of a Border Patrol guard
Balmy Alley continuously reinvents itself with murals